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Photos: Winter Makes a Comeback in The East

by RoseAnne Moises

It’s true—The East Coast had a freakishly warm start to the ski season. Over these past few months, while the West was celebrating storm after storm, East Coasters spent Christmas vacation in shorts. The tables, however, have now turned. And… Read More →

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Sustainable Slopes: 5 Ski Areas Driving Their Power Use Downhill

by Dave Belin

It’s obvious: snowboarding and skiing require cold temperatures for the snow that we all love to slide on, whether that snow falls from the sky or from snowmaking guns. Climate change and the possibility of warmer temperatures in certain locations… Read More →

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7 US Presidents If They Could Hit The Slopes

by RoseAnne Moises

With Presidents’ Day Weekend right around the corner, we thought we’d take some time to honor the personalities and achievements of our former (and current) commanders-in-chief. How? By pairing up some of our favorite presidents with the ski resorts we… Read More →

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3 Athlete Stories from X Games Aspen 2016

by Michael Stevens

On January 28-31, X Games celebrated its 15th year in Aspen, Colorado. Over 200 world-class athletes competed for medals & prizes, while spectators gathered for one of the world’s best action sports, music and festival experience. As the event went… Read More →

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Why Taking a Solo Ski Vacation is the Best Thing You Can Do

by Sarah Woods

I’ve been a student of this beautiful life and, over the last few years, many of the lessons I’ve learned have been through solo travel. Whether I was exploring the Rockies or Coast Mountains in Canada, The Alpujarra on the south… Read More →

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8 Reasons to Hit the Slopes Before the Big Game

by RoseAnne Moises

Tailgating. Prepping finger foods. House parties…The NFL’s biggest event is filled with tons of traditions. Why not make skiing or riding one of them? Here are 8 reasons why you should hit the slopes on February 7. 1. The game doesn’t start… Read More →

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Here’s Arguably The Best Way To Get to Tahoe From SF

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SPONSORED CONTENT We get it… There’s no better way to kick-off the year and get through the post-holiday lull than with a trip up to Tahoe, especially when El Niño is working in your favor. You round up some friends,… Read More →

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4 Under-The-Radar Super Bowls You Can Ski

by Heather Balogh

With game day approaching, there is a lot of chatter about bowls. Football is great and all, but we’re more interested in our kind of bowls: the ones you can ski! A few resorts are heavily applauded for their shredtastic… Read More →

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9 Things I Learned While Learning to Ski

by Allison Porta

I somehow managed to live 14 years in the self-proclaimed ski capital of Northern Michigan and 1 year in the shadow of the Colorado Rockies without ever attempting to ski. Now I am almost 30 and decided to see what… Read More →

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Huge Winter Storm Heads Towards the East Coast

by RoseAnne Moises

This week, all eyes are on Jonas (not to be confused with the famous singing trio of brothers: Nick, Joe and Kevin). Jonas, if you haven’t heard, is the name of the huge Nor’easter winter storm heading towards the east… Read More →